Spring at Glen Manor
I was pleased to shoot for a wonderful couple at the Glen Manor last month. There was still a chill in the air, but we were lucky to have fair weather and moderate temps. The Glen is one of my favorite placers to shoot, and it struck me that when I shoot at the Glen, I get the feeling that many of the couples seem very relaxed on their wedding day. I'm not sure that it's the location and folks at the Glen that accomplish this, or that brides and grooms that are easy going are attracted to the Glen. As Forest Gump's would say, maybe it's a little of both?
In reviewing the pictures I thought about a message from a prospective couple last week asking to see a full wedding gallery. This is a common request, I think it's been floating around for a long time conjured up by wedding magazine writers. So I send along a link, but don't feel the practice has much merit. If you're trying to imagine yourself in someone else's wedding day, you shouldn't. You might have a wild dancing reception- or you might not have a dancing crowd. Your church ceremony will be nothing like their outdoor ceremony. It shouldn't. Just be yourself, like this couple. Let your personalities create the wedding day images. Go in with no preconceived notions, no expectations but to get married and savor every moment. You'll come away with pictures of a wedding day like no other, that will all belong to you.
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